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IBM's Open Door Policy (Business Ethics--Ethikos Archives)
IBM's Open Door Policy (Business Ethics--Ethikos Archives) March/April 1992 - By Andrew W. Singer. Is IBM’s ‘Open Door’ still ajar?Certain management practices have an important effect on morale, efficiency, productivity, and on corporate ethical standards as well...

Unethical Conduct in Organizations
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Introducing the Sentencing Guidelines in 1991 (Ethikos Archives)
Introducing the Sentencing Guidelines in 1991 (Ethikos Archives) January/February 1991 - By Andrew W. Singer. Ethics Programs Could Save Companies Millions Under New Sentencing GuidelinesThe new U.S. corporate criminal sentencing guidelines provide a compelling reason why companies should invest in ethics/compliance programs.These guidelines, which are designed to eliminate sentencing disparities from one federal court to another, propose “drastic” new penalties for corporate crimes—as high as $495 million, according to Jeffrey M...

Chocolate, Unchained
Chocolate, Unchained By Lee Hall. In the new film version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Willy Wonka -- played by a sleek Johnny Depp -- is a factory boss in search of exotic sweets, able to pluck plants or animals from other lands at whim...

Mediation Standards Checklist (July 2000)
Mediation Standards Checklist (July 2000). The Association of the Bar of the City of New York. The Committee on Alternative Dispute Resolution of The Association of the Bar of the City of New York has compiled a list of topics, in outline form, as a guide to assist system designers...

A History of Business Ethics
A History of Business Ethics By Richard T. De George. The term 'business ethics' is used in a lot of different ways, and the history of business ethics will vary depending on how one conceives of the object under discussion...

The Case of the Plant Relocation
The Case of the Plant Relocation By Karen Musalo Production costs are rising. Your company can make more money for shareholders by relocating your plants to a country with lower labor costs and fewer regulations...

eMJA: Goldney & Stoffell, Ethical issues in placebo-controlled trials in Alzheimer's disease
Ethics Ethical issues in placebo-controlled trials in Alzheimer's disease Robert D Goldney and Brian F Stoffell MJA 2000; 173: 147-148 The use of placebos and the dubiousness of patients' ability to give informed consent give rise to various ethical concerns The use of placebos in clinical drug trials is the most conclusive method of elucidating the effectiveness of new medications...

eMJA: Acute clinical ethics consultation: the practicalities
Introduction — Case 1: Withdrawal of treatment from an elderly patient — Case 2: Late termination of pregnancy involving Down syndrome — Case 3: A “do not resuscitate” order for an intellectually handicapped child...

eMJA: Savulescu, Sex selection: the case for
Sex selection: the case for There is a strong argument in favour of sex selection, based on respect for procreative autonomy -- the autonomy of couples to decide for themselves how to procreate, and what children to have...

Model Standards of Conduct
Model Standards of Conduct, American Bar Association, American Arbitration Association, Association for Conflict Resolution. The original Model Standards of Conduct for Mediators was prepared in 1994 by the American Arbitration Association (AAA), the American Bar Association’s Section of Dispute Resolution (ABA DR) and the Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR)...

Corporate Governance
Corporate Governance The Markkula Center for Applied Ethics 3rd annual business ethics conference, "The Accountable Corporation," included this panel discussion on corporate governance, held February 18...

The Marketing World Is Divided
The Marketing World Is Divided In my opinion, the marketing world is divided into two camps. These divisions are now getting more vivid and more pronounced. The division is between those who are willing to do virtually anything to make a buck and those who are leary to do something that doesn't feel right...

eMJA: Privacy legislation and research
To the Editor: The Victorian Health Records Act 2001 became operational on 1 July 2002. This legislation provides important protection for the individual against misuse of health information through the establishment of Health Privacy Principles...

Creating An Effective Toolbox For Success
Creating An Effective Toolbox For Success By Annette Colby. WHAT’S IN YOUR TOOLBOX? Think tools are just for builders and construction workers? Think again! Everyone needs a well stocked toolbox. Over the years, given the wisdom of life’s experiences and much learning, I have assembled my own psychological toolbox...

eMJA: Drug advertising: truths, half-truths and few statistics
Drug advertising: truths, half-truths and few statistics. David A Newby and David A Henry MJA 2002 177 (6): 285-286 Advertisements should provide better information about efficacy and safety In this issue of the Journal, Loke and colleagues (page 291) present data from an analysis of 174 advertisements for pharmaceuticals appearing in six Australian medical publications.1 The findings are striking enough to be restated...

Reefscape, Rosaleen Love : Book Review
Reefscape is an effective portrayal of the completeness of the Great Barrier Reef. It exhibits an in-depth understanding of the reef's inexplicable lure, ecological significance and spirituality. The author's compelling connection to the reef flows through her writing, as does her inquisitive manner...

TERMINAL SEDATION OR PALLIATIVE SEDATION?
TERMINAL SEDATION OR PALLIATIVE SEDATION? Dr Paulina Taboada Profesor Centro de Bioetica Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile Alameda 340 Correo Central 1 Santiago, Chile Last year, a call for "terminal sedation" to be covered by the same legal regulation as euthanasia gave rise to a public debate in The Netherlands...

CBHD: Should Children Be Routinely Immunized? A Case for Vaccination by Ferdinand D. Yates
Parental concern regarding recommended vaccinations for the minor child is a very real issue that currently presents itself on a regular basis. Many parents are concerned about the risks of individual vaccination products, and moral and religious convictions also lead some parents to forego vaccination of their children...

Your Guiding Principles
Your Guiding Principles Your Guiding Principles By Christopher Bauer, Ph.D. When asked to state our defining or guiding principles, most of us are quick to list a number of wonderful, virtuous, and relatively predictable sounding ideals...

PR Guide to Internet Monitoring and Clipping -- Strategies and Tactics for Reputation Management
PR Guide to Internet Monitoring and Clipping -- Strategies and Tactics for Reputation Management A handbook for professional education. By Amelia Kassel Table of Contents Executive Summary Introduction: What's the Buzz? Why Monitor the Internet Case Study: Financial Services Anticorporate Activities Applications of Internet Monitoring Value of Internet Monitoring Internet Monitoring Strategies How Monitoring and Clipping Services Work Selecting an Internet Monitoring Service Integrated Internet Monitoring Programs Comparing Internet Monitoring Services Summary and Conclusions [ Editor's Note: Yes, this promotes one company's wares, and there may be other good vendors as well (several of which are, in fact, mentioned in the article)...

Never Throw Business Away--Look For Complementing Businesses Instead
Never Throw Business Away--Look For Complementing Businesses Instead By Debbie Allen While writing my book, Confessions of Shameless Internet Promoters, I contacted dozens of Internet marketing experts from around the world...

The Karen Hilltribes Trust
A Thai registered charity, and called in Thai "Ruamkanpattana Foundation" was established 1985 to provide a vehicle for the Karen hill tribes of Thailand participate and manage their own socio-economic development...

EMPIRICAL DATA ON EUTHANASIA AND OTHER END-OF-LIFE DECISIONS IN THE NETHERLANDS
EMPIRICAL DATA ON EUTHANASIA AND OTHER END-OF-LIFE DECISIONS IN THE NETHERLANDS Dr Paulina Taboada Profesor Centro de Bioetica Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile Alameda 340 Correo Central 1 Santiago, Chile The Lancet published recently the results of a survey studying the rate of euthanasia, physician assisted suicide, and other end-of-life decisions in The Netherlands in 2001 (Onwuteaka-Phillipsen, B...

Ethical Challenges in Human Resources
Ethical Challenges in Human Resources A talk by James O'Toole to the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics Business and Organizational Ethics Partnership. By way of introduction, let me state my most fundamental belief about organizational ethics: Ethics is not about answers...

Whistleblowing on the Web
Whistleblowing on the Web Whistleblowing on the Web, James E. Fisher, William B. Gillespie, Ellen F. Harshman, Fred C. Yeager fnA June 4-5, 1999 1. Introduction: The decision of an employee to inform on illegal or unethical practices in the workplaceto blow the whistleis difficult for several reasons...

Assessing Corporate Culture (Ethikos)
Assessing Corporate Culture (Ethikos) March/April 2005 - By Ed Petry. Over the last two years, few topics in the field of compliance and ethics have generated more interest, and provoked more questions and concerns, than the topic of corporate culture—and rightly so...

eMJA: Savulescu, Reproductive technology, efficiency and equality
Sex, Science & Society Reproductive technology, efficiency and equality Our challenge is to ensure everyone can share the benefits of reproductive technologies Julian Savulescu MJA 1999; 171: 668-670 As epitomised by the Clinton sex scandal, "having sex" can be an elusive concept to define...

MJA: Ginnifer and Kelly, Teaching resuscitation skills using the newly deceased
Teaching resuscitation skills using the newly deceased Corinne Ginifer and Anne-Maree Kelly. In many hospital emergency departments doctors learn life-saving technical skills on patients who have recently died...

MJA: Wodak, Prescribing heroin: nothing to fear but fear itself?
Prescribing heroin: nothing to fear but fear itself? Illicit drug policy based on punitive measures has failed, and it is time to seek a healthcare approach MJA 1998; 168: 590-591 The worsening global problem of illicit drugs will have been under discussion at the United Nations General Assembly Special Session on Drugs (UNGASS) in New York this month (8-10 June), just a few days before this issue of the Journal is published...

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